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Bad mood

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Bad day at work. Someone got under my fingernails. I ate loads of chocolate biscuits. Came home and ate platefuls of junk I shouldn't have. Bingeing no longer feels any good though. It's no longer the solution it was. Is that good? What, pray do I do in 'binge' situations? Cry?

Forgot to buy cat food. Heaven help me, so low have I sunk.

loadsa stuff to do this evening and haven't. Can't bear to track all the junk I ate. Wednesday is supposed to be gym night. Don't even THINK about reminding me of that.

I'm really really glad I gave the visitors to my cybercafe spam for dinner cos I feel like being mean to someone and I've chosen them.

So there.

Tomorrow is another day.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:

    Well, yes of course you fell off the 'Eating Well for Your Health Wagon'.
We all do from time to time.
The real tricks are:
to get back on the wagon as soon as you can
to not beat yourself up (it won't do any good anyway)
to forgive yourself for your less-than-lofty choices
to give yourself a pat on the back for recognising your less-than-stellar choices
to give yourself a extra hug, then get on with your life--and own it!!

Just got to love you!! (warts and all)

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COUPONS0216 8/15/2012 11:53PM


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SLIMMERJESSE 8/15/2012 7:12PM

    Tomorrow will be a better day. Yes, I have realized that the old rewards no longer satisfy, now that I know better.

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MILLISMA 8/15/2012 7:08PM

    Sorry you had such a bad day and yes, you made some bad choices but tomorrow is a new day. You also realized that binging isn't the solution. I know when that that frustrated, everything looks terrible. I try to take a walk or do some form of exercise. I find it always clears my head. Some times it's hard to get started but once you're doing the workout - it starts to feel better.

Hang in there. emoticon

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ALDEBARANIAN 8/15/2012 6:39PM

    Have you seen the blog I posted about starting over, setting new goals? I posted some links there to some sparkpeople articles that are helping me with exactly this kind of thing. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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    Be kind to yourself! Plan to make tomorrow a better day!
Make a special healthy snack. Take a short walk. Read a positive poem or quote.
Tomorrow will be better- just talk positive to yourself! emoticon

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ZZYYGGY3 8/15/2012 6:08PM

    Sorry you had a bad day, but blogging does help, and exercise does as well.

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OBIESMOM2 8/15/2012 5:16PM

    that's right Scarlett darlin'...tomorrow is another day (Gone With the Wind reference, which may be totally lost across the pond!)

sorry you had a bad day. Make the next one better. You know you can!


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POLSKARENIA 8/15/2012 4:53PM

    .... and now you've vented
.... and TOMORROW is ANOTHER day!!
.... new day = new start, slate wiped clean
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STONECOT 8/15/2012 4:52PM

    Me too, yesterday in particular, reckon I topped 3,000 calories, beer, doughnuts, crisps, you name it. I did however get cat food as well as lager, AND remembered the toilet rolls!!! Bad case of 'can't be arsed' syndrome.

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